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It's Spring! It's Spring! I went for a walk in the park round the corner, something I have been meaning to do for ages, and it was absolutely lovely. The park is the former grounds of an 18th century house, and the gardens were landscaped back then, so there are lots of rolling hills and picturesque trees. And it's gorgeously sunny, and when the wind isn't blowing it's actually warm, and now I have the house all to myself and can sit in the sunny window and arse about online (although where are all you AIM folk?).


Mar. 15th, 2003 09:38 am (UTC)
It is only gorgeous! Myself and the Nialler went out photographing up along the Grand Canal and got some fabulous shots. Unfortunately we were just in the process of photographing The Blue Door, prop. Celia Larkin, and making disparaging comments, when the lady herself came along and glared at us. Which made me feel all mean. I'll be as rude as I like about Bertie online, but I don't actually want to upset his missus. Oh well...

happy onlining!
Mar. 15th, 2003 10:17 am (UTC)
Ah, a trip to your old stomping grounds. Were you getting all nostalgic for the days when we used to live just down the road? And, yes, poor Celia, but it's not like she shies away from publicity, what with unnecessarily putting her name over the door and everything...
Mar. 15th, 2003 10:32 am (UTC)
royal canal, you knob, gf
You know what I mean. I was getting a tiny bit nostalgic as we wandered past the elegance of the 'Joy, the limpid beauty of the trolley-bedecked Royal Canal and Kennedy's, the pub where they wouldn't serve us 'cos we were women...

Fair play to Celia for having her own independent business though, even if it is a ditsy housewife pile of wank colour-me-beautiful shop. One should not be mean to people because of their choice in partners. Should one?


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